What CSR has to do with the war for talent

Apr 14, 2010 12:38 PM ET
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(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) April 14, 2010 -  In a PWC survey 88% of millenials answered that they would choose an employer who had CSR values that reflect their own and 86% said they would consider leaving an employer if its CSR values no longer matched their expectations.  

The question Tim Sanders raises in one of his speeches is “Is your company facebook worthy?” We have more than 400 million facebook users today. In January only, men between the ages of 26 and 34 accounted for the single largest gain, with more than 600,000 of them joining in the US alone. Nearly as many women between 18 and 25 joined: 581,000 of them. This dramatically changes the whole idea of talent acquisition: millenials simply won´t take a job they are ashamed to put on their facebook profile. Companies who are in need of young high potentials are in need of a strategy for a social compensation plan they can offer to attract them.   Payroll-Giving from www.ammado.com now offers you the opportunity to flexibly tailor your CSR strategy to the individual needs of your company and employees. With Payroll-Giving from ammado you receive an online tool which gives your CSR strategy a new pillar of support. ammado offers more than most payroll giving solutions provide today: it is secure, the first ever global system, highly flexible, cutting-edge technology and asks for a minimal amount of administration. Get in touch with us on www.ammado.com to discuss how you can improve your investment in your most valued resource: your employees. Or send an email to kalbrecht@ammado.com